Win premier tickets to the Boxing Day Racing at Wincanton Racecourse


Following on from our amazing ‘first ever day at the races’ in November (read it in our Decmber issue), we had a chat with the nice people at Wincanton Racecourse, and persuaded them to offer one BV reader the chance to experience the next big race day for themselves.

If you’re looking for something fun to do on Boxing Day this year, then read on to enter to win TWO premier tickets for the Boxing Day races!

win tickets to Wincanton Racecourse

It’s the most popular fixture of the year at Wincanton Racecourse, and we have two premier tickets to give away, worth £30 each. They allow racegoers exactly the same experience we had: access to all the public areas of the racecourse, be part of the action as horses enter the parade ring, and they also include a variety of prime viewing spots from the main grandstand right up to the winning post.

Obviously to enter you need to be able to attend Wincanton Racecourse on Boxing Day this year – the prize is not transferrable. To be in with a chance to win, just answer the questions in the widget box below. There are more chances to win by completing the other entry options if you so wish – they’re entirely up to you! The closing date for this competition is 16th December 2022 and only entries received on or before that date can be included. The prize will go to the first randomly chosen entry, who will be notified on the 16th – tickets can be either digital or collected on the gate. Good luck!

2 premier tickets to Boxing Day Races at Wincanton


  1. I’d love to win this, I’m kid less and would love an adult day out at the races.
    To top it my cousin may be riding.

  2. Fantastic prize as I am actually not working that day, first time in years as I work in a care home.
    It would be amazing.
    Good luck everyone 😉

  3. I would love to win this for my Daughter and her Partner, they have helped me so much. They’d really enjoy the day out x


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